JNU sedition case: In the case of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) for anti-nation slogans in 2016, the police has filed a charge sheet of 1200 pages. It is alleged that anti-country slogans were launched in this program in memory of militant Afzal Guru. The police accused 7 Kashmiri students including JNU’s former student wing leader Kanhaiya Kumar, Omar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya. Kanhaiya Kumar said that I want to thank the Modiji and the police after filing charge sheet after 3 years. Clearly, this is a politically motivated move.
Chargesheet includes 36 other names, including CPI leader D Raja’s daughter Aparajita Raja, former student vice president Shehla Rashid. Their name is in the column 12 of the charge sheet because there is no evidence against them, but they can be called for questioning. Chargesheet filed in Patiala Court will be heard on Tuesday.
Chargesheet filed under various sections of Indian Penal Code (IPC) including 124A 323, 465, 471,143, 149, 147, 120B, in 2016 JNU sedition case. https://t.co/GYFT5G9sni
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Believer on the judiciary(JNU sedition case)
Kanhaiya Kumar said, “I want to say thank you to Modiji and the police, fileing a charge sheet just before the election three years later, it clearly shows that it is inspired by politics, I believe in the judiciary of my country.
This politically motivated allegation- D Raja
CPI leader D Raja said, “These are politically motivated allegations, no one can accuse AISF of doing any work against the country. There is nothing to check, our students are not involved in any such activity. ”
The program was in memory of the assassin Afzal of Parliament attack
It is alleged that on 9th February in the JNU, groups of Left Students organized a program in memory of Afzal Guru of the attack on Parliament and the co-founder of J & K Liberation Front (JKLF) Maqbool Bhat. It was named the Cultural Event. At 5:00 in the same program, some people sloganized anti-national slogans. The video of sloganeering came out on February 10. The Delhi Police filed a sedition charge on February 12 for the sloganeering proceedings. Kanhaiya, Khalid and Bhattacharya were also arrested in this case. Later they got bail.
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